Building a networked post production or broadcast studio

Scartozzi, Francesco
December 2002
IBE: International Broadcast Engineer;Dec2002/Jan2003, Issue 332, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses the ways in which broadcasters can benefit from the networked broadcast studio. Facilities provided by the Matrox Video Products Grroup's networked broadcast studio components regarding file format compatibility and users connectivity to servers; Technology used in the connectivity provided by Storage Area Network (SAN) in the broadcast studio; Format in which the acquisition video server in the SAN environment captures the data irrespective of the video compression format that the user acquires in video feeds.


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